Question: I am going through a child paternity, custody, visitation, and child support case. I left arizona due to a domestic violence situation with my daughters father. I am in need of legal help and have tried yuma community legal services. He has paid for a really good lawyer which I have no money to afford one at all. He keeps doing things that I had no clue you could do and am terrified of losing my daughter to him because of this. He is not interested in the child for the right reasons. And the child would be in danger in his care. I am completly broke, any thing i can do to get legal help?
Answer: You may be able to obtain a pro bono attorney. To learn about finding an attorney, see our article on Where to Find an Attorney for Specific Legal Advice. Another option to acquire legal help may be to work out a payment plan with a lawyer. Many lawyers offer payment plans for their services. Check with your local lawyers to see if they offer a payment plan.
July 14, 2009